Birds of Berkeley Now Available
East Bay Birders,
Birds of Berkeley from Heyday Press is now available online from Heyday or from your favorite local independent bookstore.
Good East Bay Birding!
Birds of Berkeley
80 pages. Paper-over-board.
Heyday Press, Berkeley, CA
Birds of Berkeley is a book about the natural and cultural history of a city seen through the lens of urban birds. In other words, it's as much an ode to Berkeley as it is a field guide. Featuring 25 local species in full-color illustration. Please see Heyday or oliver-james.com for more information.
“Birds of Berkeley is more than an identification guide. It takes us beyond the who’s who to why we care. Learn how to think about birds in a way that will deepen your love of feathered things.”
~ John Muir Laws, author of The Laws Field Guide to the Sierra Nevada
"Imagine a Berkeley boy-hatchling, raised by birds, grows up to write about his favorite feathered friends in the neighborhood. That’s pretty much the essence of this charming volume by local Oliver James.”
~ Cindy Margulis, Executive Director, Golden Gate Audubon Society